Australia Women successfully defended a score of 107 for seven, bowling England Women out for 87 to win the second Twenty20 International in Hove by 20 runs to move into an unassailable 10-4 lead in the Women's Ashes series.
England kept their hopes of winning the Women's Ashes alive by beating Australia by seven wickets in the first Twenty20 International in Chelmsford, also bringing Australia's record run of victories to an end.
In this week's edition of Mr Predictor, the Cricket World team have a go at predicting the results of four international matches taking place around the world including the decisve third Sri Lanka-India Test match.
If you cast your mind back to the start of the Test match summer, the impending arrival of two of the best sides in the world in New Zealand and Australia caused serious angst and worry among the English cricketing public. Read the 2015 Ashes Review by Rob Johnston.
Michael Clarke broke new ground by asking England to follow on, leaving the home team in deep trouble trailing by 129 runs with just four wickets remaining at stumps on day three of the final Ashes Test at The Oval.